At Paul Davies TV Aerial Installation Swindon we are specialists in several services. For example TV wall-mounting, home cinemas, Sky, and Freeview
. We are the market-leading company
in the area thanks to over ten years of industry experience.
Our technicians can install the most complex of systems thanks to our vast amount of experience. We offer our services to both domestic and commercial properties at Paul Davies TV Aerial Installer Swindon.
Our experts are RDI registered, and our services are backed by a free warranty guarantee. Paul Davies TV Aerial Installation Swindon offers a 10% discount to any customers who are 65 years of age or older.
Alongside aerial and satellite installations a range of services is available at Paul Davies TV Aerial Installer Swindon. For instance, we may provide you access to streaming services and TV players. Our professionals can quickly connect your TV box to your Internet network so that you can access the internet and on-demand content.
To view Prime Video, your BT/YouView/Humax box may require an update. At Paul Davies TV Aerial Installation Swindon we can do this for you easily. Providing you with access to Apple TV, Disney Plus UK, HBO Now and other streaming services.
At Paul Davies TV Aerial Installation Swindon we specialise in providing multiple TV points.
Consequently, you can move Freeview, Sky TV, etc. into any room that you need. We are very skilled and experienced in setting up additional aerial points, BT Vision, and Sky TV boxes.
Why should you choose Paul Davies?
At Paul Davies, we pride ourselves on staying up to date with the digital age by only using the latest technology and equipment. To ensure their skills and knowledge are up to date our technicians regularly attend training programmes.
Whatever your needs we are always more than happy to help. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us.
You can contact us on 01793 686 968.
At the County Ground, which is close to the town centre, Swindon Town F.C. plays. Since joining the then-new Third Division (southern part) in 1920, they have been Football League members. In 1963, they first achieved promotion to the Second Division. In 1969, Swindon defeated Arsenal 3-1 to win their sole major trophy to date, the Football League Cup. The next year, the Football Association barred Swindon from playing in the European Cup since they were in Division 3. Instead, they won the Anglo-Italian Cup.
They won promotion to the First Division in 1990, but stayed in the Second Division due to financial irregularities, and reached the top flight (by then the Premier League) three years later. Their spell in the top flight lasted just one season, and then came a second successive relegation. A brief recovery saw them promoted at the first attempt as champions of the new Division Two, but they were relegated again four years later and in 2006 fell back into the fourth tier for the first time since 1986, although promotion was gained at the first attempt.
They were relegated again four years later. Under the charismatic reign of manager Paolo Di Canio, Swindon became League Two champions in 2011–12 and played in League One, the third-highest tier until the season of 2016–17, when they were relegated to League Two after losing their penultimate game against Scunthorpe 2–1.